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Ladies' Rain Coats
Arrived today. Priestley's Rain
aud moth proof Crnvenet t s in
the modish nil ad os, built bv ar
fists, tlio standard of excellence.
No two .dike. Prices a fraction
of actual worth. A inspection
will convince you wo are correct.
Children's Coats 3.50
A varied line of new gar
ments, ranging in price from
4.?()to $10, on special sale at
$3.50, ages 4- to 14 years. It is
the event of the season. Our
racks are overflowing w ith reli-.
able new Styles. The weath
er demands them.
This Great Incorporation Sale
Is no respecter of what goods should be
sold for. We have nothing to hold back.
The entire stock must be sold, so why pay
more elsewhere for old goods,, when our
stock is brimming over with new things
at prices less than the old ones are offered
Dress Goods, Ladies' Suits, Silks
Separate Skirts, Ladies' Waists,
Furs, Underwear, Hosiery, Chil
dren's Dresses, Outing Wear.
Ladies' Coats An endless variety,
worth from ftT.oO to f 25, at $3.50.
They are melting away don't wait.
A Word About !
Our Prices Are Reduced:
Our Store Closes at 6.30 P. M
Fashion has pre
scribed these styles
for men. Shouldn't
you like them?
IF YOU CONSIDER
that the best bargain is the
greatest amount of Virt
ue for the price you pay
you'll be surprised to discov
er how much you can get and
the same time how much
you can save here.
We have the goods mid
the prices can't he beat
It KM KM HER
It's All Reduced.
hi t 1
Yes, high-cut Shoes newly arrived. Our shoes are reliable
;md have t In Style. We are sole agents for The Nap-a-Tan.
IT'S ALL REDUCED.
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ItUIEF I.OCAI, MATTEIW.
Hubber heels at Donovan's.
Shingles. See us for host prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Mantle, wall hihI cookoo clocks on
easy terms at Clark V.
Use Williams' anti-septic liair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery same
(lav order is received. Oregon I.ti tuber
I guarantee a lit in glasses. Clarke,
tbe optician and jeweler.
Tbe Troy laundry does good work;
you know ti.at.
To make room for new stock all cut
glass will be closed out at cost. Clarke
Do you use Lath? (let our price and
compare it, with tbat of competitors.
You will make money this, way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Well, don't you see that if you wish
to see well, you should see Clarke tbe
optician. "(liiaranteed work in glass
Closing out all but millinery, Kna p.
Now that all important question is
settled the next thing is the ring a line
new line of engagement and wedding
rings, Prices right. Ciarke the jeweler
For surveying, sec John T.eiand Hen
derson & Son.
All watch, Clock and jewelry repair
work guaranteed by Clarke, the jeweler
Kvcry man owes it to himself and
bis family to master a tradeor profesion.
Kead the' display advertisement of the
six Morse Schools of Telegraphy, in this
issue and learn how easily a young man
or lady may learn telegraphy and be
assured a position.
Hard wood baskets for picking apples,
onlv 50r. at McDonald's.
(io to Mr. Onthank for abstracts and
notarial work, renting and collecting.
Legal papers carefully drawn.
Do you lif e Naptlm soap? 5c per bar
.-boea at manufacturer's cost, Knapp.
Mr. liurtmess is on a cash basis.
Kor work where satisfaction is guaran
teed, patronize tbe Troy laundry. Agen
cy at 0. K. barber shop.
Ladios' hand turned and sewed shoe
work a specialty at T. II. Donovan's,
across from William's Pharmacy. All
work etrickly first-class.
Those contemplating putting in wheat
this fall should see the Hood Kiver
Milling Co. first.
In order that their patrons may take
advantage of the discount allowed on
bills paid before the tenth of the month,
the Water and Light Co. has arranged
to keep their nllice in the Davidson
building open 'till 8:30 p. in. the first,
ninth, tenth and every Saturday even
ing of each month.
Groceries, Hour ami feed at Lamar A
Men's hats and shirts at wholesale
price st Knspi'V
Mayes Bros, get a fresh supply of
meat every morning.
M.ies l!ro ' meat market, has been
supplied with a ling fountain f"t'
keeping vegel di e" fresh and clean. Hoy
your vegetables w here they come fresh
as from the gaidcn.
John behind Henderson ami son an1
equipped with two ( iurley transits and
will be ready to do surveying for the
next two months. I!ut 's per day me
f) and $10.
It is to your interest t.n refer to Mr.
ll.irtmess' ad under the new system.
Watch our windows for Fall Styles.
All persons knowing thetnselv- oe
be indebted to l'rohn ileaton are ret
quested to pay same at my ollliv within
10 days from this notice. K. II. Ilart
witf. Remember Kiggs' fchoe shop, next
door to McCipic's meat market. All
work strictly lirst-chc-s. Also boots and
shoes made to order.
i Don't forget the new shoe shop across
I f,.,.. Willi.,,, I'l.ori. v All ,. ,,rL
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Call and examine my new line of
watches. I can save you money. Clarke,
Watch the Troy grow.
I I'atroni.e home industry by buying
ranch butter at McDonald s.
I Shoes half soled whilo you wait in
20 minutes. All work first-dim and
guaranteed. Ladies' sewed soles and
(). Sullivan's rubber heels a specialty.
Donovan's Shoe Shop, opposite Wil
Chicken dinner at KiiiHtruin's every
Do not waste money buying a poorly
finished fruit jar, but get the genuioe
Mason jar at McDonald's.
Your shipmen's, large or small, re
spict fully solicited. We can get you
good prices. Prompt retfirns. Send for
M KWKN & KLOSKKY,
lL'il I'ront street. Portland, Ore.
One safe, cost $300 ; will sell for $175.
One oil tank, cost $l.r; will sell for$L'.r).
One scale, cos1 $23; will sell for $12.
Ueo. P. Crowell.
: Could use, if price is satisfactory,
L'0, 000 hewed ties along the line of the
' Mount Hood 1! ail road in the next thirty
j days Those interested, please call at
I the ollioe for specifications.
j Mot NT Hoot) I'AllJlon CoMI'ANV.
I" For Sale at a Saerillce.
Fifteen acres close in on the Last side.
iood apple land; must sell. What will
ynv give for it'.' Kor particulars see
II. M. hihitt
At llie f'li n relies.
Jlnptist services are now held in the
lioyd building on the heights, instead
of Onriiiirjhael hail.
Unitarian Conn r Sli.ln si eet and
fark avenue; I:- -. O ,1 iLm, n h -
ister. Kegular eel vices Sun ay nn in
ing, with Sunday school at 10 o'i hx !,
and prouoh'ug at II. Siil jut of
morning discourse: "The hog
Lutheran Services will bo held
again next Sunday Octobei S at the
Advent chuicli throo miles, south of
town. Sunday school at 2 p. m. ;
Knglish preaching at II p. m. ; congre
gational meeting at i p. m. H. J.
Kiversi lo Congregational W. C.
(il m ore pastor. Sabbath school at
10 a. in. ; worship and preaching at
II ; Hiibji i f I . o Spirit of the Kiug
dotu of ( ii d " ()u rtette choir. Even
ing Chrisliaji iOndeavor at 7:45; ad
dress 7:30 "A faith Fostered Lifo. "
Episcopal Services will be held,
morning Mid evening, Sunday. Octo
ber s, nt Kt. Mark's chapel Rer. II.
I). Chambers of Portland officiating.
Methodi.-t Kpisoopal 11 a. in:
"The Alicnided Crown." 7:150 p. m :
"The Souls Cry uud God's Answer."
All cor li d!? i.ivited. liev. W. C.
I'kans, pa. !( r.
Valb y Cm istian Kegular services
each Sun lay. with Sunday school at
10 o'i ii i k i.ud preaching at 11. Y. P.
S. C. I., in the evening, with preach
ing if iiv.iird. Strangers always
niHile welcome. W. A. JMkins, pas
tor. Di !; s Valley At request of tirand-
iii ii I'.-'d.-on, who has not walked for
moii i ban tw o years, Kev. Troy Shel
ley will preach at their house, Sunday
Nth, at :) p. m.
r.e!mont M. E. Church. II. 0. Clark,
pastor. Services, Ruliuont: Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; Class meeting atl 1
a. m.; Kpwortb League 7 p. m.; preach
ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a. m.; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:ii() p. m. Services at
Pine (i rove same as above except preach
ing, which is on 1st and 3d Sundays at
11 a. m. Crupper 1st and 3d Sundays
at 3:30; Sunday school at 2:30. Mourn
Hood. The 4th Sunday at 11 a.nt.;
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
At White Salmon, Wash., Sunday,
October 1, Miss Anna Wolfurd uud
Mr. Frank Kgan, Kev. Mr. Lewis offi
In Hood Kiver, Tuosav, October 3.
to Mr. and Mrs. ,J. W. Thompson, a
Clarke's Oongh Elixir
will cure that cough Price ii only 2"c
I'.lne Vitro! at Clarke's 7c a pound
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Take a Saving Look at this. Week's Specials Means Money to You
China Cups and Sau- Water Sets Large size Tin Fruit Cans Quart
cers I- inclvdccora'ed egg shell pitcher and six glasses to match, size, patent cans. You need them
China. Many different stvies. plain and tinted patterns. S..V for tomatoes and fruit. Six-cial,
35 to 50c values. Special 25c. value. Special for act, 50c. 60cperdoz.
Comforts-Cool nights now. Umbrellas and Rub-
Anew shipment of bedding di- bers-Kainy reason is early this BlacK -Woollen Hose
rect from factory, large and Huffy year, you'll get good use of them, " met, medium weight, rd.bed
fine sateen 'covcr. $1 to and the best here at Little Prices top, double hw-i and tiw, a sple..-
tto en did stocking, for 25c pair.
3 Fancy WorK Materi-
Table Oilcloth I'on't als-Stamped linen, Kmbroidery Have you seen our spe-
your kitchen tahle need a new Silks, Needles of all ktnds Cm- . , , jn M . l-I1,i,.rwoir?
covering, h.ts of pretty patterns ehet and knitti. g mteni, etc. T . , hJ f ,
here. 2Q ami 25c per yard. I'H-'e I new. irj(.J 5 0c pir garment. .
Ladies and Children New Premium Dishes " --"
Underwear We can clothe Fine large piece of glassware, Sheet Music Tho very
the whole family with comfort- worth fn in ,"."1 to 50c anywhere, latest publications which you
able good wearing varments, and for worth of oc.r tickets, hoes would have to pay 25c per copy
it wont cost as much a a doctor's it pay to trade here? l.ook at for anywhere in the U. S.
visit. them and see. Swcial, 15c.
Thio iJnnl w'" y"r c,ianlp t0 P'1 ,rue '""id trip ticket to the lewis and Clark hair.
iniS fieeft IWt miss it when it is free to you.
Madras, Crook canity will incorpo
rate. The Ladies' Aid society of the Con
gregational church will meet I'riday
afternoon with Mrs. W. C. (iilimic.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jayi e and Mas
ter Andrew left Monday luon big for
a trip to P01 Hand.
Fanners in the state of Washington
fioiu now on until Juno 1 of next year
may bun, slashings without permits
from the file wardens. This order
went into elfeot September 20.
Puget Sound papers state thatChas.
C. Pyio. the well known theatrical
man, and Miss Dottle Fischer a pop
ular member of the Margarita Fischer
Co. were married at Aberdeen a few
The Ladies Aid society of the Meth
odist church will hold a "Feast of
Reason and Flow of Soul" sociul on
Friday even iug, October (i, at Airs.
Jackson's. Price, 15 cents. Every
A. W. Onthank: has moved into an
office in the Jackson building east of
MeUuire's meat market, where he
will resume the real estate business
in connection with his work as notary
public- and insurance agent.
Mr. aud Mrs. Hurry Hrandhorst uud
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Waters of Klack
hawk county, Iowa, were guests (lur
ing the week of Mr. and Mrs. Dai,
Mears. Later In tho week they vis
ited at Mount Hood with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Mclsaao.
Mrs. Halverson expects her husband
home from Lewiston in a few days.
Mr. Halverson has been conducting a
liHkerry for the railroad graders on
the new Lewiston cutolf. He hopes
to secure work nearer home for the
rest of the winter, and in the spring
will open a bakery in Hood Kiver.
The live stock show at the Lewis
and Clark lair, which closed Septem
ber 20, was the crowning feature of
the fair. It was much better attend
ed than was the live stock show at St.
Louis, nnd in some ways superior.
The showing of shorthorns was the
host ever made in America.
Mr. Ciangor advertises in another
column the sale of a good team of
horses. Mr. Clanger says he has been
in the drayiug business for 28 years
and is determined to take a well
earned rest. He is anxious to dispose
of his business in the city, and secure
a good farm, where ho can become an
The new home of Mr. and Mrs.
Cbarlos Halverson on the heights has
just been completed, and Mrs. Hal
verson is very well pleased with the
work of the carpenters, plasterers and
painters. Fredericks A Arnold did
the carpenteriug; Dakin & Kent the
painting, and Frazier A Son the brick
laying aud plastering. This five-room
cottage cost $11.")0, and is a neat addi
tion to the many fine residences on
W. Avis and wife of Poinono, Cel.,
and C. I). Mooore of White Salmon
Wash, were guests for luncheon at A.
I. Mason's a few days ago. Mr. Avis
Is postmaster at Pomnno and is a well
versed man in horticulture having
been engaged in that pursuit for
many yeuis. He was well pleased with
the valley and says the orchard' culti
vation resembles the nearest to the
California methods of any place he
The noon tiain from Portland conies
now in two sections. The same with
No. 1, the west-bound afternoon
train. The east-bound sections follow
very closely, one carrying the mail
and the other express. The first sec
tion of No. 1 will reach here about
three o'clock; the second seotion can
be counted npou as being from four
to six hours late. It is expected that
this second train will lie discontinued
after tho close of the exposition, the
traveling lieing very heavy at present,
and necessitating two trains.
A. J. Melsaao is home from a week
at the exposition, where he attended
the dairy convention as delegate from
the Mount Hood Development league.
Mr. Mclsaac says the dairy meeting
was very much of a disappointment.
There was only one meeting, which
was called to order by Food Commis
sioner Ha i ley, who introduced some
hie speakers. There were several ad
dresses tbat morning, delivered by
men well versed in the dairy business,
but tbe other meetings which were to
take place failed to materialize. Mr.
Mclsaao will make a full report of the
convention at the meeting of tbe
Mount Hood Development league, Sat
n ri h were
Mr. end Mr;. ( . t . I
dow 11 1 1 om 'J a,... ii-wi ,!
w d Ii.
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si hi i di-tt i :. .... ' 1 i' 1
Mrs. Adelia Mr.,. I i' S la.- morn
ing for I'iiiDi, nil, v.l.i-ie is .-lending
the v, eel;.
Charley T. I'.nilv oi the Oregon
Lumber Co. made a hm-inc t t ip to
Captain And Wia.uis Jell. Tuo.-day
on a business (tip to Ashland. He
expects to be gone si wrul hivs.
M. P. Korirl; of The Dalles is a
member of the railroad surveying
crew on the north bank of the Col
umbia. Miss Adelo (loll' left last week for
F.ugono, whole she has entered the
freshman class at. the University of
The W. C. T. U. convent ion in Tho
Dalles is drawing a large attendance,
and very Hie es.-ful sessions are be
P. W. Miller .,(' Portland was here
Monday, the gie .-l, of C.ipl iin Aud
Wiuans, ml In hnk nl'tei his inter
.J. 10. Nichid.- h- 111. It'iig the work
of installing he- men rtaKi ig goods in
the Sehilller liuillim'. 1 1 is residence
for tho pre.-i nt vii; I- tin. Mount
A. It. Uprkd-1 , 1 r I I of way man
for the Seattle , I', nihil, d laihvay.
crossed the river 1 1 1 Mil 'A Into Salmon
last. I'riday, nnd went on to I'ortland
the next day.
M ss Clara I lyl he ,n- at White Sal
mon last Siindav, in all lelaiiee at the
wedding of Mi.--- Anna Wohllaid to
Frank Kgan. Mi-.- i:h tin- plajed the
wedding man h.
1). N. Ilyetlee, pi, 'i 1 ieler of the
Oak Dale poult IV ami Inu! latin, went
to Portland hi.-'t Tlmrsd.iy, his llrst.
trip there since he can.e In Hood
b'iver seven years ago.
Dak in A Kent led Wi ..!ne..,lay morn
ing for Tho Dailis, ul i re they have
the contract for painting the new res
idence of 11. S. Wilson, being erected
by Contractor Dnno oi this city.
There will be a regular communica
tion of Hood Kiver Lodge No. IU.", A.
F. A A. M., at Mason in h.dl Saturday
evening, October 7. A full attend
ance is desired. Work in M. M, de
gree. Visiting Masons wiilbe cor
dially welcome. 1 1 V oi'ler of the W.M.
K. Ii. I.eatner, mem! or el , ho firm
of I ! 1 1 1-1 1 1 1 : 1 11 1 , 1 1 a 11 1 1 a. Mo:.' i', of Kan
sas City, is the gue.-t el ilr. and Mrs.
Truman liotler, Mr. Learner being
Mrs. liutler's brother. .lt.-s Mary
Stral.tan of Chicago, a con-in of Mrs.
lintler, is el -o a in t al 1 1 " I'uth r
M. P. S 1.1'ni and danghl er of
Minnesota, !. have been the guests
of C. U. Ual.ia for coueof weeks,
has gone to ('; okane. v. here he e : peels
to locate. M. Sanborn wool t have
purchased a . 1 : ill ti nit 1 j :, in Hood
Kiver had th been .1 tti !-y line
up the We; t ;:idn.
A. U. li.lii . . . :;.u: . do Hood
Kiver people vim wi i,t t Portland
on Hood Kiwi day. lie i-nvs this b
his llrst trip to 1 ' 1 1 bun I in seven
years, and be I o c I '..ill l e the last
for as long it I i no. I! co-Is too much
to go to P01 U. ml, le sajs, ami will
stay at home ; I ler t li.
K. H. She) 'id is the possessor of a
blooded Ain . In teirier. the gift of
Dr. Krnest 'J 1 1 ker of Poitl.unl. Some
one shot th." Hull ten ier t hat Mr.
Shepard fori ly owned, at ;1 he gives
notice in una! I er column if a sj.", re
ward for tin' i.i:'e.-t and convict ion of
any one who : : ould mupvt this ani
mal. The big 1.1 !c team e! ,). L. Car
ter's broke J. i-e f'loin their hitching
post and toie down the street at h
runaway gait S turd ,v altei neon, pull
ing Up with a b.:ag anaillst. the hank
on the east M a' of the county bridge
over Hood ii 1 r. , u-rv serioin,
damage was ,'. I t Mr Carter is
out a bill foi 1 ; . . :i ! '. he blacksmith
O. K. Kali and (). A. I taring of the
American Type 1 'oiuelee- ( ', , i'mt-
laud, were in Hood Kiwi 1:1 lie r-'-day,
on their return fioui White S 1
moil, where they ho;'" to set lire some
choice apple J . r 1 I. Mr. Kail says the
town of Hood Kiver was coini hdely
deserted that day, ieiy tine having
joined the exclusion to Portland.
He couldn't even find a peanut stand
open where he has been accustomed
to buying fruit when in the city.
We Show Them
In pointy of style, finish nnilYnluo our Tailored Hats
have 110 superiors. Experienced Milliners at your service
at all times. We also have a. line of cheap hats not on
general display. Ask to see the bargains if you wish some
thing very inexpensive.
School Umbrellas, 25c.
Ladies' Umbrellas at Cost.
Men's Umbrellas at Cost.
Dr. and Mrs. (J. W. Sellers aud
daughter of Mount Moriah, Mo., are
guests of J. M. Milton.
W. L. CaniB returned Monday from
Tho Dalles, where his wife is under
going treatment in a hospital. Mrs.
Cams is improving nicely.
The city council met Monday night
hut as the city engineer hail delayed
to get in his sower repoit, adjourn
ment was taken until next Monday.
If. C. liateham will not rebuild Ins
business house on tho heights, lie
expects soon to rent his dwelling in
town anil move to his farm south of
liev. J. II. Bpight of the liaptist
church will leave Saturday evening
for Kugeno, where ho will attend the
state convention of the Jlnptist church
which convenes in that city October
!) to 12.
A number of Hood Kiver workmen
are employed at Cascade Locks, where
Fredericks & Arnold have an exten
sive coutrct for the government for
the erection of three dwelling housos,
stable and a machine shop.
Among the many new things in
Hood Kiver is a eandy- factory, un
dertaking pnrioi, barber shop, black
sn il !i . hop, box factory and several
oil v.: piojietn ytt on the tapis, llus
im ss is never dull in Hood liiver.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Fike of Waterloo,
Iowa, have been guests during the
neck of Mr. ami Mrs. M. M. Hill and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fike of the Kast
Side. They were accompanied by Mr.
Kike's mother, anil returned Tuesday
morning to their home in the Fast.
liiniuy Lae.ey sent three boxes of
exhibit apples to the fair yesterday.
One was a box of three-tier New towns,
another a box of four-tier Spitz and
N'ewtowus, packed alternately; 'and
third, a box of three-tier Spit, and
Newtowns. The apples, were nicely
It was expected that Clyde lionney
would return to Hood Kiver to take
J. W. May s' position in the meat
market of Mayes llroa., but a letter
from Mr. lionney yesterday says it
w ill he imposssible for hitn to leave
his creamery business at ilrooks, Ma
Mrs. F. W. Arnoltl will spend the
winter at Cascade Locks, where Mr.
Arnold is engaged with his partner,
Mr. Fredericks, in the construction of
government buildings. Mrs. Arnold
has rented her home on Coo's addition
to Mrs. Walton, mother of Mia, Mur
ray Kay, who will arrive here from
the Ksat in a few days. Clyde Arnoltl
wilf remain in this city ami attend
The small boy is happy, for glaring
posters about town announce that Ar
nold's wonderful show will be here
i next Monday, for two performances,
; one in the afternoon and another in
the veiling. Those who know Arnoltl
know that he gives a clean, honest,
I inoffensive show. Two attractions
which wero with him wheu he last ap
; pearcd in The Dalles the flying Vic-
torelias and the Trariola will be seen
again, ilesitle these are all sorts of
trapeze p rformers. bicycle artists,
Japanese acrobats, wonderful aeron
auts, educated dogs and monkeys
whose tricks are dumbfounding, and
funny clowns whose antics are sidesplitting.
Mrs K. W. Jones of Portland is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. 11. L. Hum
ble. Tho wonians' alliance of the Unltai
ian church will m.ct Fritlay afternoon
in W. l. Kliot, jr., hall. The host
esses for tho afternoon me Mrs. J. K.
Hand ami Mrs. 10. L. Smith.
Mr. McCalley is glad to recommend
Arnold's show, whitdi is hilled to ap
pear in Hood Kiver next week, as one
of tho best attractions of its kind on
tho road. Motico the advortisenu nt
on another page.
Mr. anil Mrs. James Or in of Kan
sas City and Mrs. Cherington of Hel
ena, Mont., who have been guests for
several weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
llailey, returned last Thursday to
thier homes i 1 the Kast. Mrs. (Jrein
and Mrs. Cherington are sisetrs of
Mrs. liailey. They wore delighted
with the c:uutry, aud intend to re
turn next summer.
Despite the rain, meetings continue
at the tent. Stoves have been put up
and the tout is comfortable for each
service. Tho revival has linen veiy
successful, more than forty having re
sponded to the gospel invitation. The
services will probably close next Sun
day evening. Kvaugelist Handsaker
announces the following special sub
jects: Fritlay ovening: "The Tine
to Dance. " Sunday morning, "Why
I Am What 1 Am." Sunday H p. m ,
"The Draw ing Power of the Cross. "
Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. Wash ai tl
ilaugter of Dallas, where Mi. Wash is
publisher of tiri ltomizr, ure visitii g
tdd friends in Hood Kiver and While
Salmon. Mr. Wash was an early s L
tler in ( ioldeiulale, where he built tie
first school house and turned it ovt r
to the public. He en ducted a news
paper in that I own for several year.-,
and moved from thereto Dallas, win r
he has been engaged in the same busi
ness for 17 years, lioth Mr. and Mis.
Wash are school teachers, anil are look
ing for a location in the Columbia
rivr valley. Mr. Wash says he was
in Hood Kiver before the rail oad was
constructed, ami is well ncipiaiutot
with A. 11. Jowett, K. L. Smith, Di.
W. L. Adams anil other of the early
Da'ice next week.
Unserve your date for tho dance
Friday evening, October 12.
liny a season ticket for the coming
lecture course and help to establish a
permanent means of pleasnrse ami
A. W. Onthank invites his friends I i
call on him at bis new oil ice on Third
street. He would like to include a I
among his friends.
Some men spend their money nn I
time for things ; others invest time and
money. Invest in a season licket to tbe
lecture course anil you will make an in
vestment in yourself.
Tickets for the entertainment cour-u
on sale at Clarke's drug store, Mondm,
October it. Season ticketf $l.fi0; sin
gle admissions otto; children 15c. No
charge for reserve seats.
Two-tpiart combination hot water
Isottle and fountain syringe guaranteed
for one year. Only LoO at Clarke's.